[Snort-users] Unknown keyword ' flowbits'

adam.w.hogan adam.w.hogan at ...9362...
Wed Apr 14 05:46:05 EDT 2004

You need to upgrade Snort to the newest version.  Flowbits is a new
keyword introduced in v2.1.  If you can't do that, comment out all the
rules with the flowbits keyword and snort should start.  But upgrade
when you can.

-Adam Hogan.

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Subject: [Snort-users] Unknown keyword ' flowbits'

While trying to set the newest rules from snort.org
I got this error .what is wrong ??????????

ERROR: Warning: ../rules/netbios.rules(30) => Unknown keyword '
flowbits' in
Fatal Error, Quitting..


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